Classic Belltown loft with water and city views, rooftop deck
66 Bell St. #306 is a chic one-bedroom, one-bathroom loft situated within one of Seattle’s most noteworthy historic conversions. Located in the bustling and centrally located Belltown neighborhood, the Belltown Lofts building was constructed in 1914 as a warehouse and transformed into a 62-unit condo building in 2000.
Unit #306’s 886-square-foot layout combines the best of old world craftsmanship and modern amenities. True to the era, it features soaring 20-foot ceilings, exposed brick and timber beams. Custom steel flooring gives an industrial touch, while three oversized, triple pane windows let natural light flow into the space. Just outside those windows, the city is at your fingertips. From Pike Place Market and the central business district to the waterfront and beyond, you’re steps away from everything Seattle has to offer.
The renovated kitchen is outfitted with high-end, stainless steel appliances and a functional island with bar seating. And just beyond that, the main living space sits below a towering roofline. Upstairs, there’s a lofted bedroom that overlooks the first floor, as well as an updated full bath. Seattle’s skyline is visible from the bedroom, which also features a walk-in closet and separate coat storage. The bathroom boasts a full soaking tub with subway tile surround and marbled hex tile flooring. On the third level, you can watch ferries, tug boats and tanker ships on the Puget Sound from the generous rooftop deck.
Listed by Elisabeth Powell and John Manning, RE/MAX on Market | Listed at $599,950